Los Angeles, CA — August 31, marked the 23rd anniversary of the death of Lady Di, who died in a car accident while fleeing from several photographers in Paris, France.
It’s a tragedy that still rocks the entire world. Demonstrated by the fact that anyone you ask remembers perfectly where they were and what they were doing the day they heard the sad news. However, it’s has left a different kind of pain on those of the children Harry and Guillermo, who were orphaned of their mother as just children.
How the death of Diana affected both princes has been spoken in the past at length. However, it is potentially why more than two decades later, instead of being carried away by sadness, both prefer to commemorate this date by paying tribute to their mother with humanitarian acts that would make the eternal princess of the town feel proud.
At least, that is the path in which Harry has chosen. Despite being far from England and no longer part of the Royal Family, he wanted to remember his mother Monday with a very special charity: planting his favorite flowers as well as vegetables at a Los Angeles preschool. Also bringing seeds of his mother’s favorite flowers, forget-me-nots.
Prince Harry, accompanied by his lovely wife, Meghan Markle Duchess of Sussex, took part in replanting a garden. The couple attended the L.A. nursery school where disadvantaged children are given support, who are taught to improve their lives through programs focused on philanthropy and solidarity. In addition, is a charity center curiously located very close to the house where Markle spent her childhood.
“Meghan ended up with her hands and pants covered in dirt, and Harry completely wet after an impromptu fight with some of the kids. They all had a lot of fun”, revealed a person present at the event to PageSix, who also explains that the Sussexes had also time to read a story to the children.